Donors

These are the conscious corporate citizens in the food industry who donate their surplus produce to Chefs with Compassion, reducing food waste and its impact on the environment, while helping to ensure that fewer people go hungry.

Join our family of donors
and share what you can with the
vulnerable in our Gauteng communities.

Donors who help feed the hungry

Bryanston Market Checkers Coca Cola - Peppadew Crown National Excella Excelsior Paints Festive Chicken Griffith Crown Foods HTA School of Culinary Arts Imperial Logistics Loud Group McCain Needham Nestle Ocean Basket Petrow Food Group Pioneer Foods Protea Hotels RCL Foods RSA Group Shoprite Spices International Shoes 4 Souls SA Poultry Taste Buds The Courier Guy The Duck Father The Local Grill Tsogo Sun Unilever Food Solutions Wilmar

Notes from the Kitchen

We received large donations of vegetables and utensils from Chefs with Compassion which are helping us maintain our homeless soup kitchen that feeds over 200 people daily and vulnerable children in informal settlements in Berea.

Themba Mbatha-Chalumbira,
One Moment Foundation

After my restaurant business shut down at the start of lockdown, I saw people struggling. They couldn’t get food to eat. I chose to make a difference and I started a soup kitchen to feed people, with help from my staff and family – and Chefs with Compassion.

Thandi Dyantjie,
Germiston

I used to have a catering business before Covid. Now I am involved with Chefs with Compassion in serving my community by cooking food and also sharing it with other organisations for their communities. I feed 1,500 people each week.

Busi Twala ,
Vosloorus

We would like to thank the CWC team as they continuously provide rescued produce that has helped us feed hundreds of thousands of hungry people since the start of the lockdowns.

Dr Nishaan Kishore,
Infinity Foundation

Hope of the Hopeless Centre would not be open if it was not for CWC, which came and rescued us in the pandemic.

Margo Williams,
Hope of the Hopeless, Ennerdale

CWC gives Army of Yahweh the opportunity to help other soup kitchens for children and old age homes and vulnerable people in informal settlements in different areas.

Pastor Adrian Breda,
Army of Yahweh